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Type I : Field-based Area Studies by Using Field Stations and Liaison Offices
H25 I-1 International Migration to Thailand from its Neighboring Countries: What Impact Will Economic Integration Make? Yagura Kenjiro
(Hannan University, Faculty of Economics)
H25 I-2 Chinese Commercial Network from 1930’s to 1950’s Batavia-Jakarta Izumikawa Hiroshi
(Hiroshima Jogakuin University, Faculty of Liberal Arts)
H26 I-3 International Collaborative Research of Mekong Giant Catfish Conservation Mitsunaga Yasushi
(Kinki University, Faculty of Agriculture)
H26 I-4 Anthropological Study of Network Construction of Hainanese Chinese in Indonesia Yokota Sachiko
(University of Shiga Prefecture, School of Human Cultures)
Type II : Intensive and Strategic Area Studies in Collaboration with CSEAS Visiting Fellows
H25 II-1 Comparative Study of Validity of Local Tourism for Supporting Disadvantaged Populations Ishii Kayoko
(Toyoeiwa University, Faculty of Political Science)
H26 II-2 Comparative Study of Traditional Application of Resources of SATO in Rural Development in Myanmar and Japan Suzuki Reiji
(Kyoto Gakuen University, Faculty of Bioenvironmental Science)
Type III : Document-sharing through Use of the CSEAS Repository
H25 III-1 Preparation of the Environment for Preservation and Utilization of Serial Publication Materials on Northern Vietnam during the Indo-China War Iwatsuki Junichi
(The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences)
H25 III-2 New Perspectives on Colonial Office Records: Searching for the States of “Singapore and Malaysia” in the Colonial Era Kawano Motoko
(National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Graduate School of Policy Studies)
H26 III-3 Landscape Changes in Mainland Southeast Asia through 3D-Image Map Archiving of William-Hunt Collection Hasegawa Hiroyuki
(Japan Federation of Land and House Investigators’ Associations)
Type IV : Exploratory Area Studies Aiming at Larger-scale Research Projects
H25 IV-1 Further Development of the Humanosphere Potentiality Index (HPI) Sato Shiro
(Osaka International University, Faculty of International Communication)
H25 IV-2 Role of the Judiciary in Democratization: Comparison of Thailand and Indonesia Toyama Ayako
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
H25 IV-3 Long-term Acquisition and Practical Use of Resources on Southeast Asia Yano Masataka
(The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Economics)
H25 IV-4 Transition and Resilience of the ‘War Affected Societies’ in Inland Southeast Asia Seto Hiroyuki
(Nagoya University, Graduate School of Law)
H25 IV-5 Thai Cultural History in the 21st Century: A Preliminary Study Hinata Shinsuke
(Shizuoka University, Organization for the Promotion of Global Education Programs)
H25 IV-6 Meta Study of Inter-disciplinarity in Natural and Social Sciences: Experiences from the Sustainable Humanosphere Project Ubukata Fumikazu
(Okayama University, Grad. Sch. of Environmental and Life Science)
H25 IV-7 Comparative Study of Social-Ecological Resilience in Southeast Asia Naito Daisuke
(Center for International Research Institute)
H25 IV-8 Ecological Transition in Neurodegenerative Diseases in Papua in Indonesia Okumiya Kiyohito
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
H26 IV-9 Clientelist Politics and Developmental Politics in Southeast Asian Capital Cities Kusaka Wataru
(Nagoya University, Graduate School of International Development)
H26 IV-10 Southeast Asia in the History of the 19th Century Asian Economy Ota Atsushi
(Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Letters)
H26 IV-11 Re-publicizing the Philippines: Rebuilding lives after Typhoon Yolanda Yamamoto Hiroyuki
(Kyoto University, Center for Integrated Area Studies)
H26 IV-12 The Impact of Air Pollution Originating from Indonesion Peat Fires Okumura Motonori
(Kyoto University, Graduate School of Agriculture Science)
H26 IV-13 Memories and Discourse in Search of Justice—An Analysis of the Conflict over Acts of the Japanese Military during WW II in Asia Matsuno Akihisa
(Osaka University, Osaka School of International Public Policy)
H26 IV-14 Rural Myanmar in the Transition to Democracy Matsuda Masahiko
(Ritsumeikan University, College of International Relations)
H26 IV-15 Exploring the Urbanography of Yangon, Bangkok and Colombo as Integrated and Comparative Area Studies Osada Noriyuki
(Institute of Developing Economies, Current Affairs Studies Group, Area Studies Center)
H26 IV-16

Impacts of Development of Plantation Forestry and Oil Palm Plantations on Nature and Social Economy:Collaborative Research with Local Partners in West Kalimantan Province of Indonesia

Hayashida Hideki
(Doshisha University, Institute for the Study of Humanities & Social Sciences)
Type V : Publication of “Kyoto Area Studies on Asia”
H26 V-1 Indonesian Women and Local Politics: Islam, Gender, and Networks in Post-Suharto Indonesia Kurniawati Hastuti Dewi
(Research Center for Politics, the Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
Type Ⅵ : Individual Research Program for Fostering Young Scholar
H26 VI-1 Constructing Gender Policy in Socialist Vietnam and Process of the Practice Ito Miho
(The University of Tokyo, East Asia Liberal Arts Initiative)
H26 VI-2 Examination of the Historical Geography of the Agricultural Development in the Central and Northern Vietnam Ueda Shinya
(Osaka University, Graduate School of Letters)
H26 VI-3 Care Ethics in Java, Indonesia: An Ethnographic Research Gochi Sachiko
(Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, The Graduate School of Global Studies)
H26 VI-4 Rethinking “Traditional” Swidden in Mainland Southeast Asia from a Historical Viewpoint Hirota Isao
(Nagoya University, Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences)
H26 VI-5 The Context of Basic Education Reconstruction in Cambodia after the Pol Pot Regime—Social Background and Position of Teachers and Schooling Senda Sayaka
(Nagoya University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development)